According to a senior official, the Maharashtra police has reduced the working hours of its female constables from 12 to 8 hours in order to help them balance their professional and personal lives.
Sanjay Pandey, the State Director General of Police, confirmed the rollout of the initiative, which was first tested in Nagpur, Amarvati, and Pune Rural.
The initiative was tested in three regions last month and will be implemented in other cities and districts across the state in the coming days, according to the official. The initiative was started a month ago and yielded good results, he said, because of the commitments that women constables have at home in addition to their professional duties.
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